The Crash

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Cape of Fenerbahçe is one of the memorable places of my childhood. My grandfather used to take me there almost every weekend. It has one of the beautiful parks in Istanbul. This photograph is taken on a platform at the entrance of the park.

Event though the sea is calm, sometimes a ship or boat passes by and its wave reaches the shore a few minutes later. If you do not notice the boat passing by, the crash of the wave might get you wet.

The puddles on the ground was formed after the rain and it is so magical that due to the shape of the ground, the head of the subject just disappears in the reflection.

Taken on December 21, 2019 at İstanbul, Turkey.
W/ FujiFilm XPro 2 Camera and XF10-24mmF4 R OIS lens
5650x3767 px
300 dpi

About Hakan Biyiklioglu:
Hakan Biyiklioglu is a photography artist from Istanbul, Turkey. He started photography when he was 19 years old with his father’s Yashica camera. He chases for unusual moments and angles in ordinary city spots and streets, he makes use of wide spaces, minimized objects, and people, mixed with a feeling of serenity. Geometry, silhouettes, and shadows are mostly in play as well as long exposures. Traveling to rural parts, iconic cities, chatting with people before photographing them are essential parts of his photography adventure.
He has been featured on many web sites (Eyeshot,Life is Street, İfsak, etc) and social media sites. He has been the guest photographer for a photo documentary series called "Bir Kare Bir Anlam", for 3 episodes, on one of the most popular Turkish Television Channels, TRT2. He has been invited for photography talks and presentations by FujiFilm in many cities of Turkey.

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